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Highlands Highlights ?
MRS. H. G. STORY
CHURCH SERVICES
IIICHLANDS BAPTIST
CHURCH
Tliom N. Carter, D.D., Pastor !
10:00 a. m. ? Sunday School.
11:00 a. m. ? Worship Service. !
7:00 p. m:? B. T. U.
B: 00 p. m.? Evening Warship. 1
Wednesday, 7:00 p. m.? Pray- I
er. Praise and Fellowship.
METHODIST
Highlands Church
Every Sunday:
10 a. m Sunday School.
11 a. m. ? Worship service.
Cashiers Church
First Sunday:
11 a. m. ? Worship service.
Flats Church
Second Sunday:
3 p. m.? Worship service.
Clear Creek Church
Fourth Sunday:
Norton Church
3 p. m.? Worship service.
EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF
THE INCARNATION
Rev. A. Rul'us Morgan. Rector
Every Sunday:
10:00 a. m. ? Church school.
11 a. m. ? Worship service.
Second Sunday: ?
11-00 a.m. ? Holy Communion
Fourth Sunday:
4:30 p.m. ? Evening prayer
and sermon.
?
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH I
Rev. J. B. Davidson, Minister
10:00 a. m.? Sunday School.
MRS. HINES IS HOSTESS
TO WEDNESDAY CARD CUTS
The first fall meeting of the
Wednesday card club was held
with Mrs. J A. Hines at Chest
nut Burr cottage the past week.
A delicious and colorful dessc-n
was served by the hostess, pre
ceding the three-table game
Guest players were Mrs John
B. Westbrook, Mrs. Gerald W
Cornelious, Mrs A. Rockwell
Nail and Miss Rebecca Nail.
High score guest prize was won
by Miss Nail, and Mrs Corne
lius was final winner of the
traveling prize.
Club members playing in Wed
nesday's game were Mrs. Sam
Baty. Miss Sara GUder, Mrs. W.
H. Cobb, Mrs. Elliot Caziarc,
Mrs. C. C. Potts. Mrs. Wade Sut
ton, Mrs. O. E Young and Mrs.
H. G. Stdry Miss Gilder won
high score club prize and Mrs.
Sutton was presented with a
birthday gift. Bronze and yellow
chrysanthemums decorated the
living room and dini.ng room
MRS. HOLT HONORED
WITH TRIP TO SMOKIES
Mrs. A C. Hplt was honored
recently with an all-day trip to
the Smoky Mountains National
park by her son and daughter- j
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Holt, and Harry, Jr., which in
cluded a stop-over in Gatlin
U a. m. ? Worship Service.
7:30 p: m. ? Christian En
deavor.
I burg. Tenii , and -a picnic din
ner at Clingmans dome.
Others sharing in the jays of
ihe autumn ccoloring and the
pleasures of the trip were Mr
and Mrs W. W. McConnell, Bill
Moore and Claude Calloway of
{Franklin; Mr. and Mrs. Jack
1 Stribling of Andrews; Weaver
; Holt of San Francisco. Calif ;
; Mr\ and Mrs. Grady Coffee and
son, Tommy, Roy Holt, R. L.
; Beal and Mrs Ruth Beal of
Highlands; and Mrs. Beat's son
in-law and daughter. Mr. and
{ Mrs Lester Taylor of Missouri.
CHAIRMAN NAMED FOR
EPISCOPAL CHURCH BAZAAR
At a meeting of the Episcopal
: church bazaar committee Tues
day afternoon at the home of
1 Mrs. Tudor N. Hall, July 15 of
next year was -chosen as the
bazaar date, and the following
committee chairmen were ap
pointed for the various booths: i
Mrs. Jack W. Brockway as
chairman of the fancy-work j
booth; Mrs C. D. S. Clarkson. [
as chairman of the food booth.
Miss Rebecca Nail, in charge of
the white elephant booth, and ;
Mrs E. R. Gilbert as chairman
of the refreshment booth.
3 DELEGATES ATTEND
DISTRICT AUXILIARY MEET
Mrs. C. D S. Clarkson, M'.ss j
Rebecca Nail, and Miss Rebecca
Bridgers were delegates to the
district Woman's auxiliary meet
ing at the Church of the Re
deemer in Craggy, Thursday
Due to this meeting, the October
birthday supper meeting of the
Episcopal Church of. the Incar
nation, scheduled to be held at
the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Clarkson on Thursday night,
has been postponed to Friday
night of this week.
Copr. 1916. Emo Ifcc.
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Personal Mention
Miss Frances Crunkleton and
Miss Mary Lou Hedden. students
at Lees-McRae college. Banner
Elk. spent the wee^-end with
iheir iamilies. Miss Crunkleton s
father, Mr Earl Crunkleton,
making the trip over for them
on Saturday morning.
Miss Marguerite Richert, of
Atlanta, and her brother. Joe
Richart, of Marion, S. C were
recent week-end guests of their
aunt, Mrs. Grover D. Edwards,
at her home on Fifth street
The Rev R. F. Brown, of j
Asheville, was guest preacher at
the Highlands Presbyterian |
church Sunday morning in the
absence of the Rev Jack B
Davidson, pastor, who accepted
an invitation to hold Sunday
services at the Presbyterian
church In Lockhart, S. C. ?
Miss Ethel Calloway, of At
lanta, has been spending several
days at her cottage on Fourth
street and has as her guest
Miss Edith Morris, also of At
lanta. . . i
Miss Gertrude Swanson had
as her week-end guests at
"Greyrock" on Bear Pen moun
tain Mr. and Mrs. Clay Cheek,
of Griffin. Ga ?
Mr and Mrs W. S. Davis and ?
Mr. and Mrs. John Calloway vis- i
ited members of Mr. Davis fam
ily In Commerce. Ga . last week.
Col. and Mrs G. S. Brownell
are spending some time in
Charleston. S. C., with their
daughter. Mrs. Claude L Mc- ?
Dill, and family. ?
Lt. Col and Mrs. H. B. Dear
and their two children. Greta
and Dick. Jr., have gone on to
Washington, D. C., following a
week's visit here with Col. Dear s
parents and sister. General and
Mrs. William R. Dear and Miss
Frances Dear at "Yon-Way . the :
Dear summer home on the Bre- |
vard road The Dears were en
route from Hot Springs. Ark.. ,
and will be stationed in Wash- ,
ington this winter This was the | ,
first time the family had been ,
together since before the war. 1 1
W H. ' Meisel and daughter, ]
Ann Louise, who have been vis
iting the former's mother. Mrs. ]
Orover Edwards, for the nast ,
three weeks, left Sunday for a
short, visit in Hendersonville
with Mrs. Meisel's sister. Mrs | ,
Frank Fleming. Jr.. and family, j
before returning to their home ,
in Princeton, N J. . j i
Mrs W. R. Potts and dauah- j
ter. Miss Peggy Potts, and Miss jl
Caroline Hall spent Friday in ,
Anderson. & C.. where they at
tended the fair. _
Mr. and Mrs. Tudor N. Hall
spent the past week-end in ,
Raleigh with their daughter.
Miss Sarah Hall, who is a stu
dent at St. Mary's school for
glMr and Mrs. Charles J. And- ,
erson and daughters, the Misses j
Ann Mary Deas and Jane And j,
erson. spent Friday in Anderson.
S C., going down to attend tne
fair and to meet Mr and Mrs.
Anderson's eldest daughter, Miss
Angela Anderson and a group
of her classmates from Erskine
college, who were also attend
ing the fair.
Mr and Mrs. Paul B Dickman
of Ruskin, Fla.. returned home
Saturday after spending 10 days ;
at their new home on Bear Pen
mountain, coming up at this
time for the autumn coloring, j
Mr. Dickman has extensive
trucking properties in Ruskin j
and is interested in summer
truck growing in this section
Mr. and Mrs Frank B. Cook
and their house-guests. Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd L. Wideman. of Palm ,
Beach, Fla., attended the Geor
gia-Oklahoma football game m
Athens Saturday.
The new jeep station wagon
belonging to Mr. and Mrs Sam
uel L. Stokes has been attract
ing considerable attention since
it is the first of its kind to be
seen on the streets of Highlands. |
Mr. and Mrs. Arvis Moore, of
Atlanta, are occupying an apart- |
ment belonging to Mrs. Moore s i
aunt, Mrs. S T. Marett, while
their new home is being com
li
When in Asheville
Stop at
Hotel Langren
Asheville' s Largest
?
Enjoy the
"talk of the town" food
at the
Rhododendron
Grill
> Mill III I li i 1 1' 1 1 Hill sa
jpteted at Rabun Gap Ga
I where Mr Moore's father is a. ''
"c?ted with a home develop-"
ment company.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles du Big
are ending a few days
fn '?ute u. their home in
Miami, following several weeks'
I st?y in Wheeling, w. Va
1 Atlanra ^ Mr* KaV Werner. Of
Atlanta, were visitors in .h
lands over the week-end call
ing on Miss Sara Gilder at her
Oak street apartment, where
San.i^h bee" ,esid",S Whilj her
Satulah road residence has ot 11
occupied by summer a" d '
umn guests.
Mr. and Mrs. L. T Wick anri
son Charles, have returned from
a v sit with relatives in Youngs
lew 'h h ancl are sending a
lew days here looking after the
building ol their summer home
before returning to West Palm
Beach for the winter.
Honot
Paid Miss Cleaveland On
Retirement
Miss Eva G. Cleaveland for
?ed'Vf ,Highlands- was hon
W ,K S!lqilet K've" recent
ly by the First National Bank
and Tiust company, of Bridge
port, Conn , m connection with
Miss Cleaveland s retirement,
bank >ears service with the
?"e hundred women members
of the banks staff were guests
at the banquet, at which tri
? Paid Miss Cleaveland's
J nf y. and ability" by thp in"
sUtution s president.
Miss Cleaveland, who plans
considerable travel in future,
w 11 spend part of each year 111
Highlands. Her relatives in Ma
con County include her ? sister
Mrs Henry D. West, of Frank
D D Z? sisters-in-law. Mrs H
P- P. Thompsoii and Mrs. W M
Cleaveland; Mrs! Dewev Hopper I
i, niece; and W a Hays'
^Z01'ge. . Cleaveland, Henry
cleaveland, Maurice Cleaveland '
?nd Carletoh Cleaveland all
nephews.
Miss Cleaveland. who spent
tier childhood in Highlands is
i past president of the Bridge
port Business and Professional
Womens club Continuing to I
study through the years, she was
graduated from the American
as 1931 ?f BankinK a'S recentiy f
Coltrane To Preach j
Sunday At Highlands
R ^ J- Coltrane, president of
Brevaid college, will be guest ;
chu^h6^31 "i8hlands Methodist
church Sunday morning at the :
will WorshlP hour, and
will preach at the Clear Creek ,
church Sunday afternoon at 3
"M i]ISo"le one from Brevard
will fill the regular appoint
ln the Hi^hlands charge
until a new minister is available !
it was explained. ' |
Start Landscaping
? Grounds Ot Baptist
Church At Highlands j
The Highlands Baptist
church has announced that in- ! '!
tial work on the landscaping of
the church grounds has begun, i
Flagstone walks are to be built '
and a rock retaining wall at the '
rear of the church on Oak ,
j 8 r the fading and in
stallation of drains have been
completed. ,
Later it is planned to' plant 1
Highlands Baptists Plan
Two-Week Singing School
The Highlands Baptist church
will hold a two weeks' singing
school from October 28 to No
vember 10, inclusive, under the
direction ol Prof. an?l Mre. W. L.
Harmon. All members of the
church, whether musically in
clined or not. are asked to at
tend. Song services will be held
each night at 7 o'clock, begin
ning Monday. October 4. and
all persons in Highlands or vi
cinity are invited
Highlands P. T. A.
Plans Halows'en
Fete Noyember 1
Plans are under way lor the
annual Hallowe'en carnival and
box supper to be presented by
Highlands Parent-Teacher asso
ciation Friday night, November
1. at the school lunch ro.wn. ac
cording to an announcement by
the publicity committee Because
of the scarcity of sugar this
year's plans include a "pie
walk" instead of the usual cake
walk.
J O I N ^
Bryant Mutual
Burial Association
Oldest and Strongest
in the County
Our time, thoughts and ef
forts are devoted to Electri
cal Work, and we endeavor to
do that one thing well.
3-1 ii^h Lut its
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I WADE SUTTON)
PHONE 100
ATTENTION
Do not worry about your
plumbing being ruined
this winter due to im
proper drainage ?
Call
HIGHLANDS
PLUMBING CO.
Carlton Cleaveland
Phone 100
Relief At Last
For Your Cough
Creomnlflon relieves promptly be
cause it goes right to the sea* of the
trouble to help loosen and expel
germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
to soothe and heal raw, tender, in
flamed bronchial mucoua mem
branes. Tell your druggist to sell you
a bottle of Creomulslon with the un
derstanding you must like the way It
quickly allays the cough or you an
to have your money back.
CREOMULSION
For Coughs, Chast Colds, Bronchitis
trees, hedges, flowers and grass
to beautify the grounds.
JUST RECEIVED
Car of
Woven Wire Fencing
Also Car of
Thick Butt Shingles
SINGLETON SUPPLY CO.
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